Kay Lynn Lambke, Counselor
School counselors have the best job in education. No two days are ever the same but the one constant is that we get to help kids succeed through making good choices and good decisions. The counselor's office is a good place for students, parents, or staff to start if they aren't sure where else to go. We can usually help find answers.
Students can come to the counselor's office during the school day with their teacher's permission or they can come in outside of class time to request to meet with me. I am also available to meet with parents who may have school or social concerns about their student. I have worked in education as an English and journalism teacher, high school counselor, and administrator.
Monica Heide, Counselor
Angela Aune, Registrar
I am the Registrar and Administrative Assistant for the Counseling Office. My most important responsibility is to greet everyone with a smile whether it’s on the phone or in person. If you have any questions regarding student records, please contact me at 316-218-4455.
Kate Brown, School Psychologist